The lively and congenial ladies of the Michener Book Club we so much fun to be with. I had been advised they liked selections relating to art and museums so I carefully curated my list of essays for the readings. I think the two most popular were the essay about Violet Oakley and the Pennsylvania State Capitol (“A Capital Capitol Day”) and “Treasure Hunt,” a story of sleuthing by my sister, son and me on a trip to Santa Fe for her husband’s uncle, Josef Bakos. It turns out he really was an important southwest artist! Check out the photo of all of us below.